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(Updates from 12:16 p.m. ET with closing information.)
NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Monday:
Cramer said shares of
Coach(COH - Get Report) are done going down. He was also bullish on
Molson Coors Brewing(TAP - Get Report), a stock that "goes much higher." COH shares were unchanged at $49.99 while TAP jumped 6.1% to $51.90.
The love continued for
Intel(INTC - Get Report), a stock Cramer said no one wants to get behind but also one that doesn't go down much thanks to its yield protection. Cramer was also bullish on
Halcon Resources(HK - Get Report), a company that's making money in the Bakken shale. INTC fell 1.9% to $21.43 while HK fell 1.8% to $7.65.
Finally, Cramer said
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters(GMCR) has been holding its own of late, and
Potash(POT - Get Report) is "very inexpensive" for those who believe in the agriculture sector. GMCR was up 1.3% to $57.47 and POT rose 1% to end trading at $39.64.
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